wilful

[wil-fuhl]
adjective

wilfully, adverb
wilfulness, noun
unwilful, adjective
unwilfully, adverb
unwilfulness, noun
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wilful or willful (ˈwɪlfʊl)
 
adj
1.  intent on having one's own way; headstrong or obstinate
2.  intentional: wilful murder
 
willful or willful
 
adj
 
'wilfully or willful
 
adv
 
'willfully or willful
 
adv
 
'wilfulness or willful
 
n
 
'willfulness or willful
 
n

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Example sentences
It offers the removal of the wilful misconduct barrier, and instead an
  effective unlimited liability.
Your wilful confusing of public interest with what would interest the prurient
  inevitably meant you screwed the public.
Most of the denier position can be attributed wilful ignorance or greed.
The reading above is a shadow of an obsession with externals or wilful
  misinterpretation.
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